Stories about SFist

Arts Forecast: Here come the Sisters

Project Nunway X (and Folsom gossip), Big Book Sale, Dark Entries, Top Girls, Kikbal, oodles of Shakespeare, more this week.

Puff: A stroll through the Grass Lands

Behind the scenes at the first festival area to sell cannabis—and what that might mean for consumers and vendors.

The absurd, failed economics of the jobs-housing linkage fee

Developers would pay for only 20 percent of the demand their projects create - so why are we still building so much office space?

It’s #GivingTuesday — help 48hills grow!

Donate or become a member and help us hire a new reporter, tell more local stories that matter, and fight corporate media and politics!

SFist network shut down by anti-union billionaire owner

Retaliation for union vote shuts down entire Gothamist and DNAinfo networks: 115 writers and editors out of jobs

Strange rumblings in local news media

SFist bought by right-wing billionaire. Examiner editor goes to work for Breed. What's it all mean?

Can burned-out SRO housing units be saved?

Yes -- but only if the city is paying attention and doesn't let speculators prevent right of return

Homelessness: the media’s big problem

The words and images we use matter; they create perceptions that drive public policy

Duboce Triangle evictor responds to our story

Of human rights, fair play, and housing The man who is in charge of evicting a long-term tenant in Duboce Triangle got back to me...

The Agenda, Oct. 19-25: The city’s housing balance, an Uber crime report …

... a School Board member's role in a sleazy Ed Lee/Julie Christensen event, and why is SF still stuck with Comcast?  By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 19,...